Brass Fork Kitchen And Bar Café
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Palace Station Introduces Brass Fork Kitchen And Bar
New 24/7 Café Offers Classic Comfort Foods With Creative Twists
(February 13, 2019) As Palace Station concludes its modernization and expansion, it will debut a new cafe dining experience, Brass Fork Kitchen and Bar, offering a creative playful twist on the traditional casual experience by serving up a full array of classic comfort foods at great value.
Opening mid-March, the 194-seat Brass Fork will be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and will feature an extensive menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner items; a wide-ranging beverage program that includes a full-service seated bar, and a dedicated pastry shop to serve up incredible house made sweets at your table or to take home.
BREAKFAST: Guests can indulge in a variety of breakfast offerings including:
- Traditional as well as more adventurous omelets such as the Miso crab or chicken enchilada;
- Classic café breakfast fare such as Eggs Benny, hashes, chicken fried steak and ham chops and eggs;
- Pancakes, waffles and French toast served up traditional or with a twist such as Peach cobbler pancakes; waffle-pressed donuts with bacon, maple and coffee icing, or funnel cake French toast;
- Healthy and vegan items such as the Vegan Loco Moco, chia seed pudding and gluten-free choices.
- Appetizers such as the Cuban fries with mojo pork, ham and Swiss fondue; Mezze board or flatbreads like the crab Rangoon topped with cream cheese, crispy wontons and crab are great to sample as a group or enjoy as a light bite.
LUNCH AND DINNER FARE:
- Sandwiches and burgers are plentiful on the menu including Panini Grilled cheese and the Muffaletta sandwich featuring Italian meats, cheese and relishes as well as the French onion or Surf and Turf burgers to name a few;
- Entrees like New York steak frites, BBQ meatballs on a bed of Mac & Cheese and classics such as meatloaf, hearth oven brick chicken, and fish and chips will be served daily.
QUENCHING YOUR THIRST: In addition to alcoholic beverages such as Bloody Marys and Champagne cocktails that can be experienced at the bar or at your table, guests may also indulge in:
- A variety of boozy and non-alcoholic shakes such as the Green Tea Matcha shake with vodka and white chocolate liqueur, or chocolate peanut butter banana with banana whiskey;
- Fresh pressed juices such as the “Detox” filled with celery, cucumber, ginger, parsley, lemon, green apple and spinach; and
- Nitro cold coffee brews and teas
SWEET TOOTH CRAVINGS
- An ice-cream cone station will offer a variety of soft serve flavors inside house-made waffle cones dipped in chocolate with a choice of fun candy shop favorite toppings;
- Gigantic chocolate-covered apples decorated and dipped with a variety of toppings;
- Ice cream sundaes, salted caramel brownie parfait and red velvet cake;
- And before you leave, check out the pastry shop that features a variety of muffins, cookies, cakes, macaroons and donuts.
ABOUT PALACE STATION:
Palace Station, the original Las Vegas locals’ casino in Southern Nevada, is located at 2411 W. Sahara Ave. Opened by Frank Fertitta, Jr. as “The Casino” on July 1, 1976 and later named Bingo Palace before becoming Palace Station, the property recently underwent an extensive $192 million modernization and expansion to bring a variety of new offerings including new restaurants such as bBd’s, the Feast Buffet and Boathouse Asian Eatery; Regal Cinebarre, a nine-screen luxury movie theatre and dining experience and a new gaming floor featuring a new bingo room and sports book. For more information visit Palace Station at www.palacestation.sclv.com.
Lori Nelson, Station Casinos